You go king kenny lets bild a winner!!!!!
The man is a motorcycling God. Anybody know if the original race is up on youtube somewhere?
Charlie Cox still doing the coverage.... I despair of the BBC ever coming to their senses, the man is a moron and Parrish is only slightly better. I would still rather watch the delayed coverage on Eurosport than listen to them live. I thought Cox had been canned? Thank god that ...
June 2002 The first race of the revised MotoGP class at Suzuka did actually feel like a new era. It was a bigger deal. The thing that we have adopted now - after what I'd said years ago - is that we need to bring more engineering into the motorcycle business, and the new rules...
He may have the personality of a garden gate but he talks sense here. Couldn't agree more, hopefully a traction control ban would mean a drop in costs as well, as long as the teams don't try to find way around the ban like they did in F1! I hope they do get rid. Well said KR Jr!T...
Who's up ferrit tomorrow night?Come on chaps, it's gotta be done.You know you wanna!We'll feckin rip Ormskirk aaaapaart! Well? mebee!!!!!!... i'll let ya know 2morra afternoon oy trumpington!!!!... will ya be ridin the fossil???? lawmanmx wroteoy trumpington!!!!... will ya be ri...
TEAM KR MotoGP racing team, owned by multiple world champion Kenny Roberts, looks set to miss the beginning of the 2008 MotoGP motorcycle racing world championship.The team, whose involvement in the 2008 series has been in doubt for several weeks
.Noteworthy snippets include; the glorious sound of the two-strokes interspersed with the four-stroke MV. This was Kenny Roberts debut race in Grand Prix racing in the 250 class, he qualified on pole and would go on to get on the podium in the race with third. Also
The Dunlops will be giving this year's TT a missROBERT DUNLOP'S sons, Michael and William, have revealed they will not be competing in this year's Isle of Man TT, following the tragic death of their father. William also revealed that his future
MICHAEL DUNLOP, youngest son of the late Robert Dunlop and very much a rising star at this year’s TT with three top-ten finishes, is the latest big name to throw his hat into the ring at the Manx Grand Prix classic races run on the Isle of Man
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